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Evaluation of Management Environmental Systems: The Brazilian Case


Reinaldo Velasco


Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie

Roberto Giro Moori


Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie

Silvio Popadiuk


Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie



Abstract:     
During the 1970's, under the coordination of the United Nations, studies were undertaken whose goals were the creation of strategies to preserve life on Earth. A set of norms were established, including the NBR ISO 14.000, in Brazil, to define the general steps to implement Management Environmental Systems. This paper is concerned with this subject. It aims to explore a set of topics concerned with these themes and to present a research that was made with 87 Brazilian companies that obtained the NBR ISO 14.001 certification, trying to verify possible benefits due to the implementation of the system.

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JEL Classification: M10, O54

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Date posted: June 18, 2001  

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Velasco, Reinaldo and Moori, Roberto Giro and Popadiuk, Silvio, Evaluation of Management Environmental Systems: The Brazilian Case. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=273832 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.273832

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Reinaldo Velasco
Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie ( email )
Rua Consolacao 896, 5a. Pos Graduacao
01302-907 Sao Paulo
Brazil
+55 11 236-8669 (Phone)
+55 11 236-8600 (Fax)
Roberto Giro Moori (Contact Author)
Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie ( email )
Rua da Consolacao, 896 5a. Pos graduacao
01302-907 Sao Paulo
Brazil
+55 11 236-8669 (Phone)
+55 11 236-8600 (Fax)
Silvio Popadiuk
Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie ( email )
Rua da Consolacao, 896, 5a. Pos Graduacao
01302-907 Sao Paulo
Brazil
+55 11 236-8669 (Phone)
+55 11 236-8600 (Fax)
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